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"Starved of the sun, I no longer know what day it is. I can hear The Warden, my husband, and that dog Lazarus discussing my fate. My life will be over soon, yet I fear more for my poor Albrecht's future in the wake of his father's madness. If only Aidan were here."— Asylla in her journal(src)
"A grim end to a noble woman. I am proud to have played my part in Leoric's fall."— Kormac, after seeing Asylla's execution(src)
Asylla was beloved wife to King Leoric, and mother of his two sons. Before his fall, Leoric loved her endlessly. Asylla was known for her incredible beauty, and had a thousand gowns of lovely pink color gifted to her by Leoric at once.
During the Darkening of Tristram, Leoric was seized by madness. Convinced by Lazarus that Asylla was conspiring against him, Leoric decided to get rid of his own wife, imprisoning her in his dungeons. She knew her death was imminent, yet feared for her sons more. Later, the king had her executed on a guillotine. In her last moments, Asylla calmly maintained her innocence to her husband, but she was nonetheless beheaded, Lazarus claiming that she had lied to the very end. Following her beheading, her remains did not decay, apparent proof that she was a pure soul wrongly executed. The queen's bitter confusion about the circumstances of her death remain forever etched on her features, and those who see her vacant stare often found themselves transfixed by it.
Over two decades later, she was found haunting the torture rooms and prisons of her former manor, holding her own head in a stretched arm. She informed the Nephalem of her servants' souls' being kept tortured and imprisoned. They obliged in aiding them, after which she directed them to The Warden. Some point afterwards, the Nephalem beheld a ghostly re-enactment of Asylla's last moments, only to confirm that Leoric indeed deserved his dark end.
Asylla's ghostly form can be encountered in Diablo III in The Cursed Hold during The Imprisoned Angel quest. Her journal can also be found in this area. She then appears again in Royal Quarters, leading players to a secret area.
Lovely Dye flavor text also references her, and is the only mention of anything in her biography not related to Leoric's fall.
- The manner of Asylla's execution differs between sources. In Diablo III, she is seen being executed by guillotine. In Book of Cain artwork however, Leoric is seen wielding an axe himself, about to execute her.